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♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- sean "diddy" combs, d.j. khaled, and french montana, star of "antibirth" actress, natasha lyonne, music from french montana, featuring the 8g band with allison miller. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers, this is "late night" how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] all right, that's great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. hillary clinton spoke yesterday about her preparation for the upcoming presidential debate and told reporters, quote, "i do not
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know which donald trump will show up." yes. will it be the kind, generous, intelligent donald trump, or will it be the one who exists? [ laughter and applause ] who will it be? who will it be? trump campaign manager kellyanne conway said in an interview today that, donald trump's focus on a border wall is because a wall is something very easy for people to understand. whereas, tax returns, super complicated. [ laughter ] way too complicated. [ applause ] that's right, trump is focusng on a border wall, because a wall is something very easy for people to understand. but, not if it comes from ikea. [ laughter ] don't try to put together one of those ikea walls. you'll be there all day. [ light laughter ] a new poll shows hillary clinton in an eight-point lead over donald trump in pennsylvania, and boy did she work hard to win over those voters. [ laughter ] 'cause, you know -- [ applause ]
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because most of the population of pennsylvania is amish. [ light laughter ] a new report has found that in addition to tone of voice, dogs may also be able to respond to the actual meaning of human words. said hillary clinton, "then tally knows too much." [ laughter ] a new report this week shows an emerging pattern of vladimir putin critics mysteriously dying over the last two years. said putin, "i can explain, i can explain. i killed them. [ laughter and applause ] this is no mystery." a nearly million square foot gap clothing warehouse outside new york went up in flames yesterday. the clothes burned as employees furiously rushed around trying to refold them. [ laughter ] oh, no. "let it go, kevin, it's not worth it!" i can't leave the khakis unfolded! [ applause ]
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an african-american pastor who is a prominent trump campaign surrogate tweeted out a cartoon of hillary clinton in black face yesterday, and accused her of pandering to black voters. clinton responded, calling the accusations quote, "untrue," and, "whack as hell, dog." [ laughter ] following 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick's decision not to stand during the national anthem to protest racial inequality. other nfl players have promised to follow suit. who will sit? who will stand? you decide with "madden: national anthem." [ laughter ] sit, sit, sit, stand, stand, stand. [ applause ] papa john's has announced it will be coming out with an app for apple tv that will allow customers to order pizza from their screen. you get soda, bread sticks and a large pizza when you say, "siri, how will i die?" [ laughter ] and, finally, a woman in the u.k. recently called the police
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because she believed characters from the smartphone game pokemon go were trying to break into her house. is your husband home, asked the operator, but just because he kind of had to. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he is headlining the bad boy family reunion tour, the multi-talented sean "diddy" combs back on the show. always a pleasure to talk to him. we're joined by prolific dj, producer, snap chat extraordinaire, whose latest album "major key" debuted at number one. dj khaled is here. [ cheers and applause ] how about that. also here to chat and he is going to perform his latest hit "no shopping" french montana is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and she's a favorite of ours. star of an incredible new movie "antibirth" our friend natasha lyonne is back on "late night" as well. [ cheers and applause ] so you're here on a really good night, you guys. [ applause ] also, we're very excited. for the very first time we're going to be taking "late night" on the road. we're going to washington d.c.
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and the warner theater the week of october 10th. tickets are available on our website. go to latenightseth.com, and you can you sign up. we would love to see you in washington d.c. i think it's going to be a lot of fun. now, moving on, the presidential campaign this year has been almost completely free of substance. but with extreme weather events striking everywhere from louisiana to california, there's one issue that deserves way more attention than it's getting and that's climate change. for more on this it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: i know, guys, i know. talking about climate change isn't super fun. even al gore, who loves talking about climate change, put the word "inconvenient" in the title of his movie. [ laughter ] like, " i know, it's a super bummer, but you got to watch my movie." [ laughter ] but we need to talk about it, because for one thing, this summer was one of the hottest on record, and it's only getting worse. >> new figures show this july was the single hottest month in recorded history on earth. >> each of the past 15 months have all set records as the hottest ever. >> temperatures last month
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shattered all previous records. locations around the globe saw extreme heat, including one record in kuwait of 129.2 degrees fahrenheit. >> seth: now, i know 129 degrees sounds like a lot, but it's a dry hell. [ laughter ] but the month of july wasn't an outlier. the above-average temperatures are here to stay, and they're everywhere. >> the current heat-wave scorching the u.s. is expected to do something forecasters have never seen before. for the first time on record every inch of all 50 states are expected to see above average temperatures for the next three months. >> for the first time ever in recorded in history, everywhere -- everywhere in the united states for the next 90 days is projected to be well above normal temperature-wise. and that covers every square inch of the united states. [ laughter ] something to think about. >> seth: i don't know. seems like more than just something to think about. but i guess a local meteorologist can't say, "something to keep you awake at
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night as you ponder a future on a slowly dying planet. now over to kevin with sports." [ laughter ] now, any time you cite these facts to argue that climate change might pose a serious health or safety risk, climate deniers respond with mockery. >> donald trump wants to defeat isis. hillary clinton wants to defeat the weather. >> as far as a law that we can pass in washington to change the weather, there's no such thing. >> to the rest of us it's called weather, and weather patterns, but to these idiots it's called climate change. >> do you remember in 2008 abc predicted that new york city would be under water from climate change. >> hold on. you better scotch guard the couch. >> seth: that's right. steve ducey's first instinct is in the face of danger is protect the couch. [ laughter ] if new york city ever does flood from climate change, you're probably going to be seeing ducey floating by your window. [ laughter ] "join me! join me! i need friends!" [ applause ] but the question still stands, where do people get this crazy idea that climate change is some kind of public health or safety risk in the first place?
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>> more than four trillion gallons of rain fell this weekend in the state of louisiana. a deluge of more than two feet. >> it's got to be pointed out that there is evidence that these are happening more often due to climate change, and are more extreme due to climate change. >> the deadly floods in louisiana are being called a, "once in every 500 year event." >> seth: that's right. a once in every 500 year event. that's a term to convey how likely it is to occur in any given year. how many once in a 500 year events have we had in the past year? one? maybe two at most, right? >> we've had eight 500-year events in just the last 12 months in the united states, in six different states. so when you have eight events that are supposed to happen only once in 500 years happen in 12 months, we have a problem. >> seth: eight events have happened in the last year that are supposed to happen only once in 500 years. not to mention on top of that the [ bleep ] chicago cubs are in first place -- [ cheers and applause ] so who knows what's going on!
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but with everything going on, it's insane that climate change isn't one of the biggest issues in the presidential campaign. the earth is acting insane, but we're too busy focusing on donald trump to notice. meanwhile, the earth is currently the donald trump of planets. [ laughter ] they even use trump's skin tone to illustrate extreme heat. [ laughter and applause ] that's him. that's him. one reason, the main reason the issue gets ignored, is that one of our parties is essentially constructed an alternate reality in which none of these extreme weather events has anything to do with climate change. to help illustrate this point, you may remember this clip from a few weeks ago, of trump supporter, michael cohen, who when confronted by the fact that literally every current poll has his candidate losing to hillary clinton, simply refused to believe it. >> you guys are down, and it makes sense that there -- >> says who? says who? >> polls. most of them, all of them? >> says who?
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[ laughter ] >> polls. i just told you. i answered your question. >> which polls? >> all of them. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: now, trump supporters were mocked. they were mocked for refusing to believe the polls, but it isn't just polls. "says who," is basically the republican party's official position on climate change. and this anti-intellectualism is at the core of the modern gop and goes all the way to the presidential ticket. trump for example has repeatedly mocked or dismissed climate change. like when he spoke to west virginia coal miners in may and complained that, because of climate change, he wasn't allowed to use his favorite hairspray anymore. >> my hair look okay. i got a little spray. get me a little spray. you know, you're not allowed to use hairspray anymore because it affects the ozone. you know that, right? [ cheers and applause ] i said, you mean to tell me because you know hairspray is not like it used to be. it used to be real good. in the old days you put the hairspray on, it was good. told today you put the hairspray
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on, and it's good for 12 minutes, right? but, you know, they say that you can't -- i say, wait a minute. so if i take hairspray and if i spray it in my apartment, which is all sealed and you're telling me that affects the ozone layer? "yes." i say no way, folks. no way. [ laughter ] >> i'm just sure the coal miners are, like, "ha, ha, yeah, hairspray is our biggest problem too, here in the coal mining community." [ laughter ] when pressed specifically for details on what he thinks is going on with the climate, trump responded in a way that makes clear he has no idea what he is talking about. >> no, i would say that it goes up it goes down. it's very much like this over the years. now they think the planet is getting warmer, and i have a feeling it's sort of, this -- >> seth: he's like a kid who forgot to put together his presentation for science class. the weather, it goes like this
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and then, you know, sometimes it goes like this too. it really, it could go either way. anyway, that's my report. [ laughter and applause ] so trump claims climate change is a hoax. that none of his supporters believe. and says the weather goes up and down in cycles anyway. that is, of course, unless he thinks it will threaten thinks business interests, like his golf course in ireland, in which case he believes climate change is real. >> donald trump may be worried about climate change after all. the presumptive republican presidential nominee is taking action against global warming for one of his properties. trump's golf resort in ireland is seeking approval to build a 20-meter-wide sea wall to prevent erosion at the resort. >> the statement in support of the application reads, and i'm quoting here, "if the predictions of an increase in sea level rise as a result of global warming prove correct, it is likely there will be corresponding increase in coastal erosion rates. in our view, it could reasonably be expected that the rate of sea level rise might become twice of that presently occurring.
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>> seth: or his as trump himself might put it, it will go like this and then it will go even a little bit higher like this. [ laughter ] in the end, the climate is doing literally everything it can to get our attention. the climate is acting like a housewife in lingerie standing in front of the tv and we're all just going, "honey, move, i can't see what the mentalist is doing." [ laughter ] it's not going to be easy, but we should do whatever we can to save our planet. at least until these sorry sons of bitches finally win the world series. [ laughter and applause ] this has been "a close look." ♪ we'll be right back with sean "diddy" combs, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody! give it up for the 8g band, right over there! [ cheers and applause ] also, very excited, sitting in the drums with us all week from new york city, allison miller is here. it's so great to have you back. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> seth: be sure to check out allison's drumming on the honey ear trio's upcoming record, "swivel," available everywhere october 21st. such a pleasure, allison. thank you so much. >> seth: thank you. [ cheers and applause ] very excited about this, you guys. our first guest is a grammy-winning hip-hop artist, record producer, fashion designer, and entrepreneur. starting september 1st, you can see him as part of the "bad boy family reunion tour." please welcome back to the show, sean "diddy" combs!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i'm doing great. what's up, guys? what's up, yo? >> seth: there you go! >> what's up? [ cheers ] >> seth: welcome back. >> i'm great. >> seth: it's always a pleasure to have you here. >> i'm great, yes. thank you. >> seth: and i want to start about talking about the vma's, big night. >> yes, big night. >> seth: and you're the kind of guy -- i don't think you ever walk out the door without putting a lot of thought into what you are wearing. >> yes. >> seth: that safe to say? >> absolutely. >> seth: and, you --this is your look at the vma's. >> yes. >> seth: i got to say, this is not one -- [ laughter ] this isn't one on my rack, but you pull it off really well right there. >> man, there's nothing like a black man in a kimono. >> seth: i agree with you. [ laughter and applause ] i wouldn't have known it until i saw it. >> man, i'm going for best dressed, so i'm, like, at home. i'm, like, "do the kimono, sean. do the kimono." [ laughter ] >> seth: this is your own line
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of kimono, yes? >> yes, that's a one of one. >> seth: okay. >> i just chopped it up, and got me a little ventilation in there. >> seth: that's great. so, you felt good in your kimono. >> i was the best dressed. >> seth: you were. there you go. >> i was. >> seth: this is -- yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: and, that wasn't the only -- >> do you know what type of courage that you need to wear a kimono to the mtv awards? [ laughter ] >> seth: i do not possess that courage. >> okay. >> seth: you are a courageous man more than me. even if they even wanted me there, i would not be wearing a kimono. >> yeah. >> seth: and what it was nice, i thought about the night for you, you got to present an award to drake. >> mm-hmm. >> seth: kanye was on stage. kanye shouted you out as a hero. >> yeah. >> seth: is it nice? do you feel like you have mentored a whole generation of people that appreciate you for the work you've done? >> i would have hope that i've inspired people. everybody that have come before me, inspired me, so, you know, it's a blessing to hear kanye, you know, say i'm his idol and all that. so, i look at it as a blessing. as long as i'm lifting people up and pushing up that pushing up
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that positivity and that love, and making people believe they can do it because i'm doing it, that's what it's all about for me. >> seth: that's fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] well, congratulations. now, this, i'm jealous of your kimono. >> yeah. >> seth: i am insanely jealous of this -- >> but you have to know that the kimono is very fashion-forward. you could go to vogue.com. [ laughter ] i want you to be early because next year everybody may be wearing kimonos. >> seth: really? >> yeah. >> seth: is that a maybe? because i don't want to be the one guy in a kimono next year. [ laughter ] >> i mean, it's always best to be the one guy -- >> seth: that's true. >> in something, all right? >> seth: i could be the only guy in "late night" who hosts in a kimono. [ laughter ] so, this is a photo taken at the after party. and, this is quite a group. >> yes. >> seth: this is -- you got jay-z, beyonce. you got kim and kanye. you got alicia keys there. you got yourself. you got -- >> the black pack. >> seth: and, um -- [ laughter ] i mean, that's fantastic. did you guys have a wonderful time? >> all the time. >> seth: now -- >> celebrating life, working hard, playing hard. >> seth: when the check comes, are you the kind of guy who's like, "i didn't eat a bunch of apps. i didn't want to pay for aps."
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[ laughter ] "i only had one drink. if we could -- guys, if we just chip in and, seriously, just pay for what you bought." is it fun? i mean, is it -- how late were you guys out? how late did you stay out? >> i mean, we were out until the sun came up. >> seth: all right. that's a good time to be out. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] what were you doing? >> how are you? >> seth: who are you -- >> i'm looking at america. >> seth: you were looking at america? oh, all right. >> hello, america. >> seth: it's very hard to make eye contact with you when america is around. [ laughter ] this is very exciting. >> yes. >> seth: so you go on this bad boy reunion tour. >> i'm going on this bad boy reunion tour. >> seth: look back at america. so, this came out of a -- you guys did a 20th reunion performance -- >> yes. >> seth: at the b.e.t. awards. >> mm-hmm. >> seth: and then, did that give you the idea to go out on the road again? >> yes, we all got together. so, in the 90's, every hit that you heard in the 90's probably came from bad boys. >> seth: yes. >> you know? >> and still present day, they're still just killing the charts. so, we want to put together past, present, and future, put us all back together on one
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stage. we've never been on one stage, and we wanted to take it all around the united states for one night only, and we starting it in chicago, the bad boy family reunion. so, we have everybody, from mase, to 112, faith, lil kim, carl thomas, french montana. >> seth: have you ever all been together like that at once? >> we did one -- we did two shows at the barclays. we just wanted to test it out. it sold out in, like, seven minutes. the show was just incredible because they're just hearing, you know, the soundtrack of your life really play out. >> seth: mm-hmm. >> and it's almost, for us, it's like we've grown up to be like, almost a hip-hop rolling stones. >> seth: mm-hmm. >> so, it's a big deal when we go out on tour. everybody has been wanting to see this. we start in chicago on thursday the 1st. then, go to detroit. then, we go to baltimore, and i come back home here in madison square garden on sunday. so, it's just a great, great time. i'm going to ask everybody to come out and get your tickets, ticketmaster.com. >> seth: fantastic, fantastic. i wanted to ask -- >> are ya'll you coming to the show? >> seth: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] tell me about --
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>> whoo! whoo! [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm getting ready to tour, seth! i'm getting ready for tour! >> seth: yes! it's exciting to get you ready to you tour. [ laughter ] i want to ask about "flavor camp." [ laughter ] i feel like i need this. >> warming up. >> seth: oh, you're warming up? that's nice. >> i'm warming up for tour. [ laughter ] i'm coming to a city near you. >> seth: don't warm up too fast. your first show is in a couple of days. >> oh, yeah. that's true. >> seth: don't get too hot. uh, flavor camp. >> yes. >> seth: flavor camp was the diddy flavor camp was if performers needed to come, they would come hang out with you to learn your flavor? is that -- >> yeah. yeah, i'm -- like, i'm a great coach. >> seth: uh-huh. >> and they compare me to the horse whisperer. [ laughter ] so, if you're an artist and maybe that you are just coming out, and this is overwhelming to come out, you know, in this industry. >> seth: yeah. >> a lot of record companies and top execs would send some of their superstar artists to me just to get the lay of the land. so, my first member of
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flavor camp was usher. >> seth: okay. >> so, usher came and lived with me. >> seth: this is canoeing, archery? is this -- [ light laughter ] >> this is -- >> seth: arts and crafts? >> this is, you know, style, how to stay up for three days. >> seth: okay. >> party 48 hours straight, go on tour, make hit records. >> seth: so much better than the camp i went to. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: and then, i will say 180 degrees from flavor camp, you just opened a charter school here in harlem. >> yes. >> seth: congratulations. >> yes, thank you. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: that's very impressive. >> thank you. >> seth: what brought you around to make a decision to do something like that? >> it was a life-long dream for me. i wanted to -- i know that growing up that i'm where i'm at because my mother made sure i had got a great education. and, a lot of times right now in this day and age, the educational system is not fair for the inner city versus the suburbs. so, instead of, you know, complaining about, it i wanted
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to do something about it. i went back to, you know, my hometown, and i opened up a school. and, it was probably one of the proudest days of my life. >> seth: well, congratulations. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you. thank you. and i want the world to know the name of the school. it's called "capital prep harlem" because i will be asking the world for donations. we gotta keep this one open. >> seth: okay, capital prep harlem. now, we're gonna take a commercial break. and when we come back, we're gonna -- you got a new ciroc flavor. >> yes, yes, which everybody needs to know, it's a tradition here. whenever i release a ciroc flavor -- >> seth: yes. >> i come on your show -- >> seth: yes. >> and i release it. and, you taste test it with me. >> seth: i taste test it. >> we don't release it until we get his approval. >> seth: right. >> okay. >> seth: and, last time, it was apple. >> apple. >> seth: this time it's -- >> when you approve that, that became the number one actual release -- >> seth: really? >> in the world in spirits. >> seth: i got -- that bothers me because i saw nothing. i didn't see -- [ laughter and applause ] i didn't see a penny. here i am launching a million dollar --
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>> combs: my mother she had four jobs. i seen her work ethic. it was instilled in me at an early age. i wasn't able to hang out with my friends on the block. i was doing what i had to do to achieve my dreams. you know, i'm a marathon runner. i'm not a sprinter. road to achieving your goal is never what you think it's going to be. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night." we're here with sean "diddy" combs. so that was a clip from a short film that's part of your ciroc campaign. tell us what we saw there. >> combs: yes, what you saw is a very short clip of a longer piece of the campaign, which is really about how we got to this point. so it really shows like almost like a highlight reel of just how you have to work hard in order to achieve your dreams, and we also have other parts of
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this film with dj khaled and french montana, and it really kind of shows our story. so it shows me from starting out, having a paper route, to working with other artists and record companies, to being on big stages, to now i'm doing ciroc, and i think it's a very inspirational campaign. so it's not just about selling ciroc. it's about inspiring people all over the world. so i think it's going to be a hit. >> seth: well, you mentioned a couple of your collaborators. let's bring them out. our next guests are grammy nominated hip-hop artists and producers, one's latest album latest album "major key" debuted at number one. the other has a new album "mac & cheese 4" out later this fall. please welcome dj khaled and french montana. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> seth: all right, you guys. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah! >> seth: welcome.
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so excited about this. dj khaled, i want to start to you. you hosted the vma's preshow. >> yes. >> seth: did you enjoy hosting it? >> man, it was incredible. i've always been a fan of the vma's, know what i'm saying? just to be amongst beyonce, puff daddy, rihanna, nicki minaj, future. >> seth: and when you saw the kimono, did you immediately think best dressed? [ light laughter ] >> you know, the key is i mind my own business, know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> seth: now french, you're going to be on this tour. you're going to be on this bad boys tour. >> yes. >> seth: all right, how do you prepare for a tour? >> a lot of mango ciroc. [ light laughter ] >> seth: okay, look at this. >> right before we hit that stage. you know what i'm saying? >> seth: you know what? i actually -- that's good you mentioned it because -- so the new ciroc, mango. >> yes. >> seth: so how did you come up with mango, diddy? >> combs: everybody loves mangos. >> seth: well, there you go. [ cheers and applause ] >> combs: i mean, i mean, i think khaled can say it best. >> pour me a glass real quick. >> seth: okay.
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[ light laughter ] >> there you go. do you want anything in it? >> no, i'm cool. >> okay, great. >> it's so smooth, it doesn't need anything. >> seth: okay, great. >> i like mine with lemonade, though. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, well then -- you just countered what you said, but that's all right. [ light laughter ] >> it's called a pivot. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, there you go. that's a pivot. all right, khaled, you're going to show us -- >> let me set this toast off. >> seth: okay, great. >> first off, thank you for everybody coming out. [ cheers and applause ] when i tasted this mango, i said mango ciroc, why not? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> cheers. >> seth: cheers, gentlemen. >> why mango? why not? >> seth: there you go, that's --. >> oh, man. >> seth: that is really delicious. >> legendary. >> survive. >> seth: diddy, you've done it again. [ light laughter ] every time i think you can't come up with another fruit to put in your ciroc -- [ laughter ] you come up with one. >> combs: it's called innovation. >> seth: it's called innovation.
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dj khaled, i'm so happy you are here. >> [ unintelligible ] >> seth: you talked about keys. >> yes. >> seth: the keys -- just key to living well, right? >> i mean, you know, the keys never run out. >> seth: okay. >> and you know, the key is -- you know what i'm saying, you know, i'm giving the keys from my perspective of my hustle and my grind. like puff said, you know, through the campaign, we telling our stories, you know what i'm saying? that's the keys, how we came up. you know, when i was growing up, they hid the keys. >> seth: okay. >> you know what i'm saying? so i want to give the keys to the young world and all the hustlers and all the people that got love and want to prosper and want to progress. you know what i'm saying? and a major key is to stay away from they. because they don't believe in us. you know what i'm saying? they said i would never be on the seth meyers show. look at me. [ cheers and applause ] i'm on seth meyers with puff daddy, french montana and mango ciroc. you know what i'm saying? >> seth: yeah. >> to you. [ talking over each other ] >> seth: and of course, snapchat is the place to find these keys. you are the king of this. >> i mean, give thanks, you know what i'm saying? you know, people, you know -- bless us with great titles. but you know what i'm saying?
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we're all kings and queens. you know what i'm saying? you know, i'm saying, i represent just love and positivity, but not just that. man, i just want to inspire the whole world, but i inspire myself while i'm inspiring. you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] because it's so important. you know what i'm saying? because we have to wake up every day and tell ourselves to be great. only us -- you know, god is the greatest. you know what i'm saying? so you know, i mean, that's the key. that's the master key. >> seth: while you were inspiring yourself by being inspiring is very inspiring to me. [ laughter ] french, while i got you here, i want to add you have a pet monkey. this is your -- >> that's my boy julius ceasar. >> seth: that's julius ceasar. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] and now, from the looks of this, you obviously are flying this. does julius ceasar go on tour? >> no, he only flies private jets. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, gotcha. so this is his plane? >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: you're on his plane? >> yeah, i'm on his plane. >> seth: i got you. dj kaled, you got a song about how all you do is win. >> yes. >> seth: i believe to some degree, donald trump has been jacking your style because i
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feel like -- >> you know, the key is to stay away from that, you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: i remember that. i remember that. but i've asked about this. white house correspondents dinner this year, last time president barack obama does it. he walks out to your song. he walked out to this song. was that a special moment for you? it must be. >> oh man, it was an incredible moment. you know what i'm saying? that's one of the moments where i said, man, i made it. you know what i'm saying? you know, obama walking out, our president, my favorite president. you know what i'm saying? and my friend, for him to walk out to that song and then make it through all the checks and all that stuff because i'm sure, you know, you got to make sure that song is right because that's obama. that's the president. it felt real good because it's a timeless anthem and it represents all the winners, you know what i'm saying, and it's a beautiful song, know what i mean? for the president to walk out, of course, that was a major key for me. >> seth: yeah, well it was well deserved. [ cheers and applause ] you're right. it is a timeless song. and i love watching it. and i'm very excited about this.
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french, you're going to stick around. you're going to do some music for us? >> yes, of course. >> seth: all right, looking forward to that. give it up for these three. [ cheers and applause ] sean "diddy" combs, dj khaled, french montana. bad boys 20th anniversary box set available online now. this is delicious. we'll be right back with natasha lyonne. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. you know our next guest from her emmy nominated role on "orange is the new black" and movies like "slums of beverly hills"
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and "american pie." starting this friday, she can be seen in the film "antibirth" in select theaters and on demand. let's take a look. >> all right. say it, say it. this is important [ bleep ]. say it. >> if you can have any superpower, i mean anything -- the whole world, right? >> [ bleep ] i don't know. i guess i want to fly or teleport, or whatever. you know? so i could go whenever, wherever. get the hell out of here. >> yeah man, that'd be cool. >> seth: please welcome back to the show, our friend natasha lyonne. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: well, i just want to get right into this. >> yeah. >> seth: we're backstage.
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we've got all these heavy hitters from bad boy entertainment. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. my friends. >> seth: and rough rider. >> i wish. >> seth: rough rider entertainment -- is that what it is? rough rider -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. so what i was telling you is i used to be -- not a lot of people know this, but i used to be an honorary rough rider. >> seth: okay, explain for people what that means. >> for a limited amount of time, back when -- you know, late 90's early 2000's, i used to stay at this place in west hollywood called the hip-hop hotel, and i started dating a young rapper. >> seth: now this sounds like the beginning of like, a disney movie. hip-hop hotel. [ light laughter ] but the hip-hop hotel was a real place? >> it was a real place. anyway, he wrote me a song. he never really made much of a career for himself. >> seth: now, that's interesting because you said this rapper wrote you a song, and i don't think of rappers writing -- >> yeah, it was a rap. a rap. >> seth: he wrote you a rap? >> yeah. >> seth: you think of people writing girls songs, people writing girls poems. but you don't think of raps a lot. >> yeah. >> seth: was it a good rap, was it romantic when he did the rap for you? >> it wasn't great.
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[ light laughter ] and i felt bad about it. i felt like him falling for me in that moment in his career sort of ruined it for him. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. i don't know why. >> seth: did he do -- did he perform the rap to you just in the room? just the two of you? >> to me in the room. a bunch, yeah. >> seth: that must have been rough. >> riders. >> seth: riders. >> hey! >> seth: hey, we've done it. [ applause ] >> yeah. >> seth: but it's still neat. that's very sweet. i lived my whole life. no one has written a rap for me. >> yeah. >> seth: so, that's something. >> i never met dmx. you know what i mean? that's the bottom line. >> seth: yeah, okay. [ light laughter ] well, one day maybe he will write a rap for you. i want to talk about this film. >> oh, sure. >> seth: because you were not just in this film. you are also a producer on the film. >> yes. >> seth: being a producer, now you're in charge of everything. you don't just have to learn your lines and show up. you've got to be in charge of everything. and you had some obstacles because this movie wasn't the biggest budget film. >> yes, very high stakes. first of all, everything -- you know, i learned about producing i learned from watching the documentary on the making of "apocalypse now", "hearts of darkness." >> seth: "hearts of darkness," sure. >> great documentary. >> seth: yeah.
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>> so you know, going into the jungle, et cetera. >> seth: it's a movie about how terribly produced that film was. >> yes, yes. [ light laughter ] but this picture in particular was a very difficult one to get made. you know, it's very strange. danny perez is a wonderful -- brilliant writer-director. he had only made one film before that. it was sort of the animal collective movie called "odd sack" which is essentially silent with sound design. that and the movie itself is sort of like if -- >> seth: so this is his first talky? >> yes, this is his first talky. and it's a bold one. it's sort of like if john candy was in "alien" let's say instead of sigourney weaver. >> seth: okay. [ light laughter ] >> is a little bit the feeling. >> seth: because there is. you couldn't quite tell from that clip, there's some sci-fi alien element to this film. >> yeah, there is. or -- yeah, it's sort of like -- it's like if sam kinison, lets say, was in "rosemary's baby." >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> instead of mia farrow. >> seth: okay, these are different films now. >> it has that -- yes. it has sort of that feel to it. and it sort of deals with, you
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know, sort of a commentary on american consumerism and the toxic nature of addiction and -- so we had to make it in canada. >> seth: okay. [ light laughter ] >> and -- >> seth: because you didn't have the scratch to make it here? >> yeah, and i just think that was, yeah, nobody was really going for it. but it's an excellent movie. and you should all see it. and so we went and, you know, i -- she goes through a lot, lou, my character, you know, she has a lot going on with her body, and i noticed that the crew was -- i thought maybe they were sort of going method with me. they were all sort of losing weight and not eating the food. i came to discover a wonderful guy, let's call him john doe, the caterer -- >> seth: the caterer john doe. >> yeah. just for anonymity's sake. he apparently had, you know, contracted bed bugs. and -- >> seth: i didn't realize a person could contract it. i thought you had to be a bed. [ light laughter ] >> and this was a hell of a guy. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> i think what happened is he was sort of sleeping in his food trailer, and it was a very low budget movie. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ]
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>> so we discovered that this was happening because not only was nobody eating the food, but also they were -- he came to set in an orange hazmat suit. >> seth: oh, so you don't want to see -- >> that's a dead giveaway. >> seth: you don't want to see the guy cooking your food in a hazmat suit. >> no. [ light laughter ] >> seth: ever. >> well, and also i guess he had left his trailer and started staying at the motel where a lot of the crew was saying, with which they didn't like because he was washing all the dishes in the shower. >> seth: okay, so this is a bad guy to be a caterer. >> yeah. >> seth: so as a producer, do you feel responsible for this? >> absolutely. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> absolutely. >> seth: and is there a way, do you try to make it up to the crew? you hired this john doe, hazmat suit wearing -- >> yeah. and he was a great guy. i am a new yorker. what do i care, bed bugs? >> seth: right, exactly. >> you know what i mean? >> seth: you probably had bed bugs a hundred times in your life. >> at least. i have them right now. [ laughter ] >> seth: well, a lot of people in new york you have to have them as roommates to help share the rent. >> yes. yes you do. [ light laughter ] yeah. where did all the bed bugs go? >> seth: i don't know. >> remember how high stakes bed bugs were like a week ago? >> seth: i feel like four years
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ago everybody was talking about bed bugs. >> everybody loved bed bugs. everybody. >> seth: everybody had bed bugs, and then the bed bugs went away. you know what happened, the zika mosquitoes ate them. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: that's a problem because every time a thing goes away you go, oh, everything is better, the bed bugs are gone. it's not. it's a worse bug came. yeah, that's what happened. >> nobody is talking about ebola anymore. >> seth: that's true. good for us. can i is ask you a question about your co-star chloe sevigny? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> seth: she was in the clip. chloe sevigny, you've known her for a long time. you're both new york people. >> yes. chloe is my best friend, lucky for me and this is a very ideal situation. because we were sort of, you know -- sudbury where we were shooting in canada is really only known for -- you know, nasa uses it as a training ground to teach people what it's like on the moon. >> seth: oh, wow. >> so it's really a great -- you know, place. >> seth: vacation place, yeah. >> yeah. there's not a lot happening there, but i had her in a house all to myself, which was really special because it was like -- sort of like "misery." >> seth: oh, nice. >> it was very fun. you know what i mean? to kind of have her -- we made wonderful avocado toast every day. >> seth: oh, that's wonderful.
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you wouldn't think of chloe sevigny as an avocado toast maker. but she was. >> yeah, yeah. i'm kathy bates in that situation. >> seth: okay, gotcha, gotcha. [ light laughter ] okay. well, that's fantastic. it must be always nice to make a film with a friend. and it's just a shame that the rest of the crew didn't get to work with their friends because they had to eat bed bug toast. [ light laughter ] >> yeah. no, i do want to thank them. now i got this, sort of beaver tails wrap gift. >> seth: what's beaver tails? >> it's like a fried canadian confection. >> seth: okay. >> i realized i have never said confection out loud until this moment. >> seth: okay, well you used it perfectly. >> yeah, i've only seen it -- >> seth: so you got beaver tails to make it up to the crew? >> and nobody was eating them. nobody was eating -- the truck lit on fire. and it was just that kind of a film, and the movie is so great. it's very special to me. [ laughter ] i really hope you all see it. chloe is in the movie. and meg tilly is in it, who is great. >> seth: there you go. >> it's a hell of a movie. >> seth: at the end of the day you made your own "hearts of darkness." >> it's a hell of a movie. >> seth: natasha lyonne, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "antibirth" will be in select theaters and on demand this friday. we'll be right back with music from french montana. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: are you having a nice time tonight? are you enjoying yourself? >> it's amazing. i'm ready for the show. >> seth: you're ready for the show? >> mango ciroc show, baby. >> seth: all right. let's go. and here to perform his hit, "no shopping." welcome back, french montana. >> french montana! let's go, boy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank ♪ ♪ all about the moola all about the moola ♪ ♪ word to the bird i ain't never take her fur shopping ♪ ♪ running through them keys way before khaled running with the pushas way before malice ♪ ♪ word to the five i'm the one like four minus ♪ ♪ caught her off the rebound ben wallace gave her four dollars ♪ ♪ sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank i ain't tryna think ♪ ♪ when it get hot
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bodies start dropping ♪ ♪ hit the strip club told them -- gone get the mopping ♪ ♪ word to diddy we cirocing word to biggie we'll be pac-ing ♪ ♪ i just bought selena's crib i'm popping ♪ ♪ i just told drizzy let me take serena to the tropics ♪ ♪ sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank i ain't tryna think ♪ ♪ sitting high six god cover tell them birds get low six god coming ♪ ♪ sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank ♪ ♪ all about the moola all about the moola ♪ ♪ word to the bird i ain't never take her fur shopping ♪ >> let me hear you one time. ♪ sipping on the drank sipping on the drank slurping on the drank sipping on the drank ♪ >> let me hear you! ♪ all about the moola all about the moola ♪ ♪ word to the bird i ain't ever take her fur ♪ >> make it loud! let me rock it! ♪ sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank ♪ ♪ all about the moola all about the moola ♪ ♪ word to the bird
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i ain't ever take her fur shopping ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank ♪ ♪ all about the moola all about the moola ♪ ♪ word the bird i ain't ever take her fur shopping ♪ >> make it loud, everybody! ♪ sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank sipping on the drank ♪ ♪ all about the moola all about the moola ♪ ♪ word the bird i ain't ever take her fur shopping ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: french montana, everyone! the album, "mac & cheese 4," is out this fall! we'll be right back! >> seth! [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to sean "diddy" combs, dj khaled, french montana, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] natasha lyonne, allison miller, the 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly, we'll see you in a while. ♪ >> carson: and good evening, welcome to "last call."

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